Elisabeth Moss discusses mastering "the Elisabeth Moss stare" 9 months ago

Elisabeth Moss discusses mastering "the Elisabeth Moss stare"

Brought to you by MyOmniPass

She also reveals her shock in the surprising comedy chops of Michael Fassbender.

Whether you knew it or not, Elisabeth Moss is usually the best thing you've ever seen her in.

Advertisement

If she isn't winning us over in powerful shows like The Handmaid's Tale or Top Of The Lake or Mad Men, then she's blowing us away in movies like High-Rise, Get Him To The Greek, and Us.

The same goes for her latest performance as the woman being tormented by The Invisible Man. She joins the pack of Actresses Giving Amazing Horror Performances lately with Toni Collette (Hereditary), Florence Pugh (Midsommar), and her Us co-star Lupita Nyong'o.

JOE was lucky enough to sit down with the incredible actress in the run-up to the movie's release, and in between chatting about the fun of being "thrown around the room" and having an amazing time working with Saoirse Ronan ("She gives Ireland a real good name!") and Michael Fassbender ("I've always been impressed by him as a dramatic actor, and I saw this whole new side which was really cool.") on two of her upcoming projects, The French Dispatch and Next Goal Wins, we also talked about what we now refer to "the Elizabeth Moss look".

"Yeah, now I won't be able to do it anymore. Now you've ruined it," she jokes with JOE. "Absolutely, you've popped it! I'm going to be like "I'm doing it now. I'm doing the Elisabeth Moss! I'm scared and I'm angry. And I'm determined! No, there's no place I go. I guess I just try to put myself, and it sounds so silly and simple, but I try to put myself in the circumstances of the character."

JOE also chatted to The Invisible Man himself Oliver Jackson-Cohen here, as well as the movie's writer/director Leigh Whannell, and producer Jason Blum, which you can check out here.

The Invisible Man arrives in Irish cinemas on Friday 28 February. Check out the trailer right here.

Advertisement

Clip via Universal Pictures Ireland

Love film?

Hit HERE to check out all the latest releases...

Brought to you by MyOmniPass